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Sandra Ndebele’s early life before the fame: Pics


Sandra Ndebele’s early life before the fame: Pics. Sandra catapulted herself into stardom with her vigorous sexually suggestive dance moves and consequently, her career has not been one not marred by controversy. S.e.xually provocative dances and skimpy outfits seem to be the first things conjured from memory when the name Sandra Ndebele is mentioned.

The song bird’s early life photographs will definitely leave you stunned, portraying the side of Sandra that very few people know about. Her early photographs do so little in betraying her adventurous character and vivaciousness which later gained her wide acclaim.

Although having attracted bad publicity with her raunchy dance moves, Sandra, shook the showbiz scene during the earlier days of her career and became a centre of attraction. Sandy, as she is affectionately known by her fans, became a hit with male fans who would flock to her shows to glance at her gyrating her waist and hips.

Sandra NdebeleSandra, however, claimed that in contrast to popular opinion, she was very cultured and her costumes and stage performances were a way of preserving culture.

Surprisingly, Sandra’s emphatic arrival on the showbiz scene gained her several awards. In 2003, she won the Best Female Artiste award at National Arts Merit Awards.

Sandra and friendsAccording to the state publication, Sandra also asserted herself as a force to be reckoned with after she was nominated in the same category with music giants Alick Macheso and the late Oliver Mtukudzi for the Best Live Act award at Zimbabwe Music Awards.

Source – iHarare

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